The Sea Grant Law Center Advisory Service is a legal research service provided free of charge to the Sea Grant College Program and its constituents. The Law Center is prohibited from providing legal advice or becoming involved in litigation. The information provided by Law Center attorneys is intended for informational purposes only. Organizations requesting legal information should always seek independent, professional legal advice prior to taking action.
The final products of Law Center Advisory Requests are available for download by browsing the list, arranged topically, below.
Abandoned Vessels Admiralty Law Aquaculture Aquatic Species Antifouling Paint Ballast Water Beach Issues Coast Guard Great Lakes Safety Zones Coastal Development Coastal Environments and Resources Coral Reef Conservation Endangered Species Fisheries Management Floating Homes Integrated Ocean Observing Systems Interstate Conflicts Invasive Species Land Use Planning Marine Debris Miscellaneous Non-profit Organizations Ocean and Coastal Statutes Personal Liability Personal Watercraft Public Access Public Trust Rip Current Warnings Seafood Marketing and Labeling Submerged Lands Water Quality Trading Watershed Working Waterfronts
To submit an advisory request or to request additional information, please contact
Stephanie Otts, Director of the National Sea Grant Law Center, at:
National Sea Grant Law Center
University of Mississippi
Kinard Hall, Wing E - Room 256
University, MS 38677
This guide is to assist organizations on how to properly request advisory services.